Thanks, I was reading the same articles... It was just to check if
something already exists...
Le 2015-11-18 11:35, Dirk Kirsten a écrit :
> Hello Christophe,
> I've never done this, but I'd say that extension functions are the way to go.
> If I read the
In around three months, it will be the 5th time that we'd like to
organize user meeting in Prague. This time, the XML Prague conference
takes place from Thursday to Saturday, Feb 11-13, and our meeting will
As you all do so many exciting things with BaseX, we would be
I've never done this, but I'd say that extension functions are the way
to go. If I read the saxon documentation correctly
you can use it to call Java functions from within XSLT. As BaseX is
written in Java
A more convenient way (at least for Java amateurs like myself) might be
to set up a RESTXQ service in BaseX and to query it using plain
fn:doc(''). At least this works for GET requests. If you need to post
something, you’ll probably need the EXPath HTTP client library  that
doesn’t ship with
I have to query a BaseX database from a XSL transformation. Does someone
has ever done this ? I have no idea where to look in...
I use SaxonEE, so I can write an extension function, if needed...
> Please note: the Wiki entry for the Zip module still reads: "It may soon be
> replaced by the Archive Module. "
I agree, the wording is a bit fuzzy. Indeed we wanted to remove the
ZIP Module, but as it’s still used in some applications, it’s still
available. What better wording do you have in
Thanks - I rewrote to use the archive module and it works beautifully.
Please note: the Wiki entry for the Zip module still reads: "It may soon be
replaced by the Archive Module. "
I'll happily update the Wiki entry for you if you like.
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